Space is limited and registration is required. By registering, attendees agree to attend the entire program.
Lunch will be provided on March 2.
For general information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register and to receive the workshop papers, and for logistical and site-specific information including accommodation options, please contact Jennifer D. Loessy (jloessy@Princeton.edu)
Friday, March 1, 2019
The workshop will begin with registration at 1:00pm, followed by two workshop papers and a keynote presentation:
• "Skin Deep: Color Classification of Muslim Slaves in Barcelona and Majorca, 1237-1335"
Ariana Myers (Graduate Student, History, Princeton University)
Respondent: Mohamad Ballan (Junior Fellow, Society of Fellows, Dartmouth)
• “Architecture and Landscape in a Plural Environment: Contextualizing Pera/Beyoğlu in the 1770s and 1830s”
Paolo Girardelli (Professor, History, Bogaziçi University; Visiting Professor, Art History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Respondent: Georgios Markou (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, Princeton)
“Shipwrecks: Navigational Turning Points in the 18th Century Mediterranean”
Julia Clancy-Smith (Professor, Near Eastern Studies, University of Arizona)
Saturday, March 2, 2019
The workshop will continue at 9:00am with one workshop paper, followed by three round tables:
• “Rewriting the Script”
William Stroebel (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, Princeton)
Respondent: Veli Yashin (Assistant Professor, Comparative Literature, Univ. of Southern California; Visiting Scholar, Near Eastern Languages, Yale)
Roundtable #1 Can we escape Eurocentric chronologies?
• Nicole Archambeau (Assistant Professor, History, Colorado SU)
• Sergio LaPorta (Professor, Armenian Studies, CSU Fresno)
• Lena Salaymeh (Visiting Scholar, Davis Center, Princeton)
• Veli Yashin (Assistant Professor, Comparative Literature, USC)
• Adriano Duque (Associate Professor, Spanish Studies, Villanova)
• Amy Remensnyder (Professor, History, Brown)
Roundtable #2 When did Empires end and Nations Begin in the Mediterranean?
• Ceren Abi (Graduate Student, History, UCLA)
• Mohamad Ballan (Junior Fellow, Society of Fellows, Dartmouth)
• Lawrence McCrank (Independent Scholar)
• Elizabeth Terry-Roisin (Adjunct Assistant Prof, History, Austin C)
• Ian Hathaway (Graduate Student, History & Renaissance Studies, Yale)
Roundtable #3 Can we speak about turning points across disciplines?
• Fred Astren (Professor, Jewish Studies, San Francisco SU)
• Samuel Cohen (Assistant Professor, History, Sonoma SU)
• Jonathan Haddad (Assistant Professor, French, U of Georgia)
• Kira Robison (Assistant Professor, History, Tennessee-Chattanooga)
• Marla Segol (Associate Professor, Jewish Studies, SUNY Buffalo)